This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1893-01-01 edition. Excerpt: ...--Neue Zeitschr. (1858), 256. SAURET, fiMILE, born at Dun-le-Boi (Cher), France, May 22, 1852, still living, 1890. Virtuoso on the violin, pupil of de Beriot. He began to travel at an early age, playing in the principal cities of France and a successful tour through Austria and Germany. He visited Holland and reappeared in England in 1880, at the Crystal Palace and the Philharmonic. In 1880-81 he was instructor of the violin at Kullak's Academy, Berlin. Works: Concerto for violin and orchestra, in G minor, op. 26; Ballade, legende, and serenade in G, for solo violin and orchestra; Caprice de concert in D; Scherzo fantastique; Valse caprice; Barcarolle-masurka; Fantasia on Spanish airs, op. 27; Pensees fugitives, op. 29; Bomance and tarentelle, op. 31; Transcriptions from Mendelssohn, Bubinstein, qWagner, etc.--Grove; Biemann. SAUZAY, (CHARLES) EUGENE, born in Paris, July 14, 1809, still living, 1890. Violinist, first instructed by Vidal, then pupil at the Conservatoire (1824) of Guerin, Baillot, and Beicha; won the second violin prize in 1825 and the first in 1827, when he took also the second prize for fugue. A few years later he joined Baillot's quartet, first as second violin, then as viola, replacing Vidal and Urban. He married Baillot's daughter, and remained a member of the quartet till its dissolution in 1840. He was first violin to Louis Philippe, and leader of second violins to Napoleon HE. In 1860 he succeeded Girard as professor at the Conservatoire. Legion of Honour. Works: Incidental music to Mohere's qGeorges Dandin, q and qLe Sicilien;q Fantasias on opera airs; Many pieces for violin and pianoforte; Symphonie rustique for pianoforte (4 hands); Trio for pianoforte and strings; tudes...This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1893-01-01 edition. Excerpt: .
|Title||:||Cyclopedia of Music and Musicians|
|Author||:||John Denison Champlin|
|Publisher||:||Rarebooksclub.com - 2013-09|